Gaining Earned Recognition status saw the DVSA undertake a full and comprehensive audit of Convey’s IT system to ensure that every element of the software met the precise and stringent requirements set out as part of the Standard.
Steve Fisher said: “We’re delighted that our compliance software has been approved by the DVSA, and are proud of how hard our team has worked to develop an innovative platform that is helping operators – large and small – ensure optimum compliance and efficiency when it comes to drivers’ hours and WTD.”
Convey now includes ER dashboards and reporting as a standard feature at no additional cost.
The fully interactive ER dashboard includes an intuitive multi-level (Operator, Depot and Driver) graphical drill-down feature. This allows operators to view and benchmark their own performance against defined Earned Recognition KPIs and identify any problem depots and drivers before they join the scheme. Once Operators are comfortable that they meet the criteria, they can then apply to join the scheme and undertake the formal accreditation process.
Steve continued: “Receiving Earned Recognition status is hugely important to us as a business as it cements our reputation as providers of industry-leading compliance management software, as well as further demonstrating our ongoing commitment to supporting fleet operators across the UK to become efficient, effective and fully compliant.
“Through the provision of regular reports to the DVSA, operators will be less likely to be stopped at the side of the road for random inspections – saving them time, money, and inconvenience, and freeing their drivers’ up to do the job in hand. Being completely transparent with their data also provides operators with absolute peace of mind that they’re compliant with the law, and delivers reassurance to their own customers that they take safety seriously.”
Convey, which works alongside some of the UK’s largest operators formally launched its state-of-the-art compliance management system earlier this year.